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ISSUE 799 | SEPTEMBER 19 - 25 2019 Phone 08 8724 7111 www.lifestyle1.net

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COVER - ENTERTAINMENT WITH NO LIMITS When David (Harry) Harris-Jones was looking to organise his mate’s buck’s party, finding entertainment that was not a bouncy castle or a photobooth, more suited to the younger generation, proved mission impossible. It got Harry thinking and since January this year, he has been developing NextGen Entertainment, providing brand building opportunities for business and a whole lot of fun for everyone else with its ability to cater for birthdays, weddings and corporate events. And the state-of-the-art technology caters for every age group from kids parties to a high powered corporate event. With virtual reality part of the NextGen Entertainment repertoire, there is a wide range of possibilities from this versatile technology and Harry is on hand for every step of the event and can either set up at your venue of choice or provide a marquee at your venue of choice. “I set it up, I run it and I take it down,” he said, making for a simple yet high impact option to keep your guests entertained, whatever the occasion. So from playing a movie on the big screen at a kids party, to broadcasting

the photos and videos from the day at your wedding reception, from delving into the golf simulator and VR experiences, NextGen Entertainment can tailor make am experience sure to impress. And it could be as simple as inviting your mates over to watch the big game on state-of-the-art equipment. The business is locally owned and run by the husband and wife team, combining the wonders of technology with the convenience of complete set up and pack up so that you can concentrate on having a good time or impressing your clients. The versatility and mobility of what NextGen Entertainment has to offer makes it your number one choice for your next event so head to www. nextgenentertainment.com.au or call 0478 846 282 for more details and to make your next special event one to remember.

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COLLECTED STUPIDITY - GAME OF PETS… By ROBBIE TANSEL I was saddened this week to read a headline declaring that an elderly woman had been killed by a rooster. I read a little further and read that experts are warning against the dangers of little pets in general. Experts in fact warn that even small domestic animals may be capable of inflicting lethal injuries, so should be handled with care. I’ve got to say, this has me seriously on edge. I have pets. Many of them are small. What if they kill me? Do they have a motive to kill me, I wonder. The more I thought about it, the more I thought they might have a reason to kill me. After this rooster thing, the animals now know they have the power. I couldn’t find anything that said the rooster was charged for murder, or even manslaughter, so now, not only do pets know that they can kill us, but also that they’re likely to get away with just a slap on the wrist. The judicial system has a lot to answer for. This rooster should be locked up, or even made into chicken nuggets. Needless to say, I’m keeping a very close eye on my pets now. I suspect if Taserface our big dumb dog was to try to kill me, it would either be by drowning me in a pool of his drool, or by dragging me out in front of a car on

one of our walks, since I have no ability to get him to walk where I want him to. I’ve taken Taserface for a walk a couple of times this week and when I say I’ve taken him out for a walk, I mean he’s dragged me round the streets for half an hour. Donna has tried to train him, but it’s been no more successful than her attempts to train me, and our kids Shaquille and Lebron. The next suspect after Taserface would be one of our two cats. I think they’re really unlikely to kill me. It’s much more common that a slave kills its master, not the other way around. The cats clearly run the house and have all the power, so what reason would they have to kill me? Without me, they might have to find their own food. They’re too lazy to catch mice and like the thrill of the chase with birds, more than actually catching them (thank goodness). If they killed me, they also wouldn’t have a warm body to curl up on. I then turn my attention to the turtle. I feel like he’s possibly got the least to lose. He feels like he’s in a glass prison anyway. What’s the worst that could happen if he killed me? Escaping into the wilderness will be easy for him. He’s never going to have difficulty finding somewhere to sleep, because he carries his home with him on his back wherever he goes. A man with nothing to lose is a dangerous proposition. I’m pretty confident that I can keep myself safe with him, mainly because he’s so slow he couldn’t catch me.

The last option is my pet fish. I’m not too concerned by them. We’ve all heard the saying fish out of water. It’s not like I’m going to climb in the aquarium and give them an opportunity to stab me. The only way they’ll be able to do any damage to me will be with a very well-aimed piece of gravel so I’m feeling pretty safe. I’m confident that I’m not going to be sleeping with the fishes any time soon. The only little nagging fear I have

with fish is that they might have friends who are whales. I don’t trust whales. You know when they beach themselves. And we all feel sorry for them and rush in to try to save them and roll them back into the ocean. My theory is that they’re actually just trying to suck us all in, and while people are trying to help them, the whales pick their pockets, stealing their wallets and mobile phones. I’m just saying there’s definitely something a little bit fishy about whales. Needless to say, I’ll be keeping a close eye on all of the critters in our house. If you have a pet that you think might be plotting a nasty accident for you, please email me at robbietansel@ gmail.com

headspace National Youth Mental Health Foundation has at its heart four core streams to focus on when providing its programs and services. headspace Mount Gambier had ticked three of those boxes, tackling mental health; alcohol and drugs; and work, school and study support. Physical health was the remaining pillar and the opening, last week, of a free youth sexual health clinic has given the local team that missing link. The clinic is free and confidential and is looking to provide a non-threatening environment for young people to take advantage of sexual health counselling, STI screening and treatment, pregnancy testing and counselling, emergency contraception, long term contraception, reproductive health and cervical screening test (formerly pap smear). Setting up the clinic was not just about ensuring the Mount Gambier team had covered all four key service streams but also as a response to what young people were telling them. “A lot of them don’t address their sexual health and they need to,” community liaison worker Nick McInerney said. “We wanted to set up somewhere welcoming and make it easy for young people to tackle their sexual health and learn more about it, as well as providing treatment and advice.” Thanks to a partnership with Community Health Connect Limestone Coast Health Network, the clinic has been set up on site at the headspace Mount Gambier headquarters and registered nurse Emma Thomas, who specialises in this area, will be the onsite health professional for any consultations. The free youth sexual health clinic is available for all young people aged 12-15 years of age and you can make an appointment by calling (08)8725 0443 or emailing headspacemountgambier@ unitingcommunities.org Above - headspace Mount Gambier community liaison worked NIck McInerney at the newly opened free youth sexual health clinic.

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BE A PART OF THE 60TH ANNIVERSARY CHRISTMAS PARADE

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Method Preheat oven to 200°C. Line a baking tray with baking paper. Combine cauliflower, paprika, turmeric and 2 tsp of oil in a large bowl. Season. Arrange the mixture in a single layer over the lined tray. Add onion. Roast, turning occasionally, for 20-25 mins or until golden brown. Set aside to cool. Heat a chargrill over medium heat. Cook the chorizo for 2 mins each side or until lightly charred. Transfer to a clean work surface and coarsely chop. Transfer to a medium bowl. Add the chickpeas to the pan and toss for 1 min or until heated through. Season. Place the cauliflower mixture, chorizo, chickpeas, capsicum, rocket, coriander and olive in a large bowl. Drizzle with the vinegar and remaining oil and toss to combine. Divide evenly among serving bowls.

Entries are now open for the 2019 NF McDonnell and Sons Mount Gambier Christmas Parade. This year’s event will be held on Saturday, November 16, and is celebrating 60 years since the first parade was held in the City in 1959. With more than $3500 in prize money to be won the City of Mount Gambier is encouraging all community groups, sporting clubs, schools, businesses and individuals to fill in an entry form and get behind the festive event. “We would love to see a fabulous and exciting array of entrants to celebrate this special milestone in the history of the parade so put your thinking caps on and come up with a great idea or perhaps recreate a float from many years ago to signify the occasion,” Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin said. “It’s always a fabulous day with children and their families lining the streets to mark the beginning of the festive season in Mount Gambier.” There are 10 prize categories with the top prize of $750 awarded to the most outstanding entry. Other categories include best Christmas theme, best school entry, best club or community organisation entry, open category, best brass band, best themed band, encouragement award, best noncity entry and an award for best use of recycled resources, sponsored by Community Action for Sustainability. “We are very grateful to all award sponsors for making this prize money available to entrants and of course major sponsor NF McDonnell and Sons for their

ongoing support of the Mount Gambier Christmas Parade,” Mayor Martin said. All entries will be independently judged on criteria such as creativity, effort, visual appeal, energy, crowd

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engagement and creative use of recycled material. City of Mount Gambier Team Leader Community Events Denise Richardson said there was no cost to enter. “And all participants have such a great time so enter as an individual, club or get a group of friends together and be part of this iconic event,” she said. To commemorate the 60th year a number of additional attractions have been arranged for the 2019 event. “We have a surprise instore for families and children with entertainment and roving performers on Commercial Street from 10.30am before the parade starts,” Mrs Richardson said. “The entertainment and roving performers will then make an appearance after the parade in the Cave Garden for Party in the Park.” Christmas Parade photos from 1959 to 2018 are being put together by the Mount Gambier History Group, library and Illuminart to form a projection light show in the Cave Garden. “If members of the public have any great photos or old films of the parade we would love for you to take them into the Library so they can be copied, archived and used in the projection,” Mrs Richardson said. Entry forms can be downloaded here or a printed copy can be collected from the Mount Gambier Visitor Centre, Mount Gambier Library, Civic Centre or The Riddoch and Main Corner Complex. Entries close on Thursday, October 31, at 5pm.


COMMUNITY GROUPS ON SHOW

The Reidy Park Centre is a community hub, hosting seven diverse groups, and on September 21, the centre is holding its annual open day, where six of the seven groups that call the centre home showcase what they have to offer. The Mount Gambier and Districts Orchid Society is one of those long standing groups that calls the Reidy Park Centre home, and the society’s annual Spring Show coincides with the September 21 open day and also runs on Sunday, September 22. The society also holds Autumn and Winter shows, but the Spring Show and Open Day will see plenty of members on hand to showcase their orchids and answer any questions you might have about growing these stunning and delicate flowers. There will also be potting demonstrations and plant sales. Backstage Incorporated is also one of the Reidy Park Centre tenants and has just completed its 38th year of the Mount Gambier Eisteddfod across dance, calisthenics, choral and vocal and speech and drama, with a music section set to return in 2020. Founded in 1954, the Mount Gambier Philatelic Society also has its home base at the Reidy Park Centre and will be running displays at the September 21 open day including stamps, post cards, first day covers and everything relating to stamp collecting. The society is hopeful people might bring their old, dust covered collections for a free appraisal over a cuppa. The Mount Gambier History Group is another tenant and they will be highlighting how you can look into your own history in this region and the vast resources they have on hand. Always looking for new members, the group, which has put together some stunning exhibitions and events, including the most recent Fidler & Webb anniversary exhibition and the Rook Walk anniversary, meets 1.30-4.30pm on Tuesdays and other research opportunities are available by appointment. Formed in the early 1950s, the South

East Radio Group, with around 60 active members, is not just about pursuing their own interests but they also assist with communications at some of the region’s major events, including the Pines Enduro, Heywood Car Rally and Generations in Jazz. The group also assist in emergency situations when other communications fail. Meeting on the first and third Friday of each month, the September 21 open day is all about showcasing short wave radio and its capabilities. The final group showcasing what it has to offer is the Mount Gambier Martial Arts Academy under the guidance of

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Greg Povey. Jissen Budo will on display from 12noon to 3pm on the open day with the academy catering for students of all ages and all experience levels, across Kyokushin and mixed martial arts, including karate, judo and kickboxing. The Reidy Park Centre Open Day runs form 10am to 4pm on Saturday, September 21, with the Orchid Show continuing Sunday, September 22. The Reidy Park Centre is located at 10 O’Halloran Terrace Mount Gambier, next to the Reidy Park School and overlooking the Olympic Park netball precinct.

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NO ONE IS BULLET PROOF He is a multiple premiership player with South Gambier in an era when the Demons were, at times, seemingly invincible. It made Duncan McGregor, as so many men do, believe he, too, was invincible. Turns out the father of two was not as bullet proof as he thought. He was recently diagnosed with bowel cancer and while his battle has been short and sweet, with an incredibly positive prognosis, Duncan realises this is his chance to be a reluctant ambassador for taking advantage of the free bowel cancer tests and also a cheerleader for the outstanding staff at the Mount Gambier Hospital. Duncan’s story is not unique. No symptoms. Feeling healthy. But had he not taken the test, this story could have had a different ending, because, as in all cancer stories, early detection increases survival rates dramatically. “In my case, taking the test has made all the difference,” Duncan said. “I had no symptoms and I wasn’t going to a doctor any time soon. But as a result of taking the test, my cancer was identified very early and I have subsequently been given the all clear.” Bowel cancer and taking that initial test certainly brings an unpleasantness with it but Duncan said it is basically simple and 90 percent of the work has been done for you – it is delivered to your doorstep and you just have to do the deed and post it off. “It could be, literally, the difference between life and death,” he said. “I’m

certainly no expert on bowel cancer but it is one of those cancers where, by the time you feel sick, it is too late. I have been speaking with a few mates. I had one who had the test sitting there for three years, he never threw it out but never took it either. Needless to say, he has now. It really is a pretty small thing to do when you consider the possible outcome. You do it in your own home and I figured they’ve taken the time to send it to me, the least I could do is take it and send it back.” The test results saw Duncan booked in for a colonoscopy, the resultant operation to remove the cancerous section of his bowel and already he has been given the equivalent of a medical thumbs up going forward. Duncan knows he is one of the lucky

ones and while his time in hospital was relatively short, he was keen to share a positive story from the often maligned facility. “My experience, from the colonoscopy to the operation to the recovery in high dependency and the follow up, was that everyone I dealt with was equal parts compassion and professionalism,” he said. And it wasn’t just his personal treatment from the staff, it was watching and hearing their care of others. “It was 2am in high dependency and they were dealing with a special needs child and another patient who just wanted to rip out all the tubes and go and they were just amazing,” Duncan said. Not wanting to single anyone out, Duncan did need to give a shout

out to Associate Professor Matthias Wichmann, his surgeon at the Mount Gambier Hospital. “I am someone who believes people are all equal, no one is better than anyone else, we are just different,” Duncan said. “But I am probably prepared to put him on a pedestal. I was so lucky to have Professor Wichmann. I got to know him a bit because he was my mum’s surgeon earlier in the year. You know he’s smart and he knows what he’s talking about but he has an ability to communicate with you and walk you through every step of the way using language you can understand. I guess you could say he dumbs it down. He was reassuring and always telling you what they were doing through the whole process. You always felt you were in good hands. I had nothing but a positive experience given the circumstances.” He understands that a lot of people’s struggles with cancer are much longer and much worse but his ability to compartmentalise what was happening arguably came from his football background. “I did treat it like a football injury,” Duncan said. “I had an operation, I got fixed and then there was some rehab. I guess I took the cancer part out of it. That’s the scary word that people don’t want to hear.” When fully implemented in 2020, all eligible Australians aged 50 to 74 will be offered a free bowel screening test every two years.

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COLOUR TRENDS FOR 2020

EASY STEPS TO DECLUTTERING YOUR KITCHEN STORE SPARE PLATES AND CUTLERY Realistically, all your kitchen should be storing is what's required for your family on a daily basis and items you use regularly for entertaining. Ditrch the over supply or store it in a spare room or UMR garage. CLEAR COUNTERTOPS Adopt a new kitchen rule: nothing lives on the kitchen countertop. Kitchen benchtops can quickly become a dumping ground for mail, laptops and other odds and ends. By clearing the space of messy pileups, the kitchen will instantly look more put-together. If the rule is proving impossible to maintain, consider finding an organised area to temporarily place items. Nominate a third-drawer space or buy a storage basket that blends with your kitchen style and use it as a temporary drop zone you can properly organise when the time permits.

HIDE IT AWAY While leaving pantry items on the benchtop or on overhead shelves makes them easily accessible, they can make the kitchen look more cluttered that it actually is. Open shelving, while incredibly chic, only works when the contents is kept to a minimum, or placed in stylematching storage containers. Give everything in your kitchen its own place and be practical about what items are used more frequently. When appliances and utensils have their own place in the kitchen, they're more likely to be placed back there, rather than left out. LIMIT ITEMS Only invest in appliances you will use, and opt for sleeker options that fit within your kitchen's overall style. Ideally, try to buy multipurpose appliances that will free up space.

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If you are thinking of using a lick of paint to spruce up your home in 2020, here are the colour trends that will ensure your paint job is not just fresh but also on point in the style stakes and in 2020 it is all about restraint. Brights are pulled back and influenced by nature. They appear in smaller doses – think feature walls and details – and are often used tonally as a backdrop for hero furniture pieces. Neutrals are soft and sophisticated, with a gently faded feel that speaks of stillness and calm. Clay, with its warm, earthy appeal, is emerging as a key neutral. Think faded terracotta, soft coral, dusty rose, eggplant, olive green as the more restrained cousins of the brighter tonesd that have dominated recent decorating trends. Bringing the outdoors indoors is also set to be hue, with blue and greem definitely being seen together and earthy tones dominating even the neutral palettes.


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- If location is important to you, then this beauty should be high on your list! - Solid stone family home containing 3 carpeted bedrooms, all with built-in robes - Separate lounge with timber floors plus separate dining room with brand new tiled flooring - Light and bright kitchen/family room also with brand new tiled floor in the kitchen area

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Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

NEW 15 EUSTACE STREET, MT GAMBIER

$469,000

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- Perfectly designed & positioned on an elevated block with beautiful landscaped gardens - Huge living area that curves right around to the front door providing formal & informal areas to relax & unwind - Stunning 2 pak kitchen with granite benchtops, quality stainless steel appliances & loads of cupboard space - In conjunction with Gebhardts

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Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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NEW PRICE 20 HAYES CRES, MT GAMBIER $169,000

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NEW PRICE 19 BLACKALL ST, MT GAMBIER

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SATURDAY 12.20-12.40

SATURDAY 12.00-12.20

Renovated 3 bedroom brick & tile home in an enviable location Modern renovated bathroom with separate shower& bath plus floor to ceiling tiles Three carpeted bedrooms with built in robes in bedrooms 1 & 2 Cosy separate lounge with s/c heating plus split system air conditioning Bright & airy kitchen/dine with modern appliances and pendant lighting Gorgeous undercover decking overlooking the private rear yard Single garage under main roof with remote and rear yard access Ideally located within a short distance of both St. Martins & McDonald Park Schools

Updated home features 3 double bedrooms, all with BIR’s Large lounge with new flooring, s/c heating and air con Formal dining room or 2nd living space Separate kitchen with gas cooking Detached granny flat with two bedrooms, kitchen/dining /lounge, separate bathroom & adjoining carport - Other features include solar power, ceiling fans, detached colorbond garage with remote door, underhouse storage and secure rear yard with remote control access

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SATURDAY 11.45-12.15

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Immaculately presented 3 bedroom stone home Close to McDonald Park and St Martins Schools Versatile plan featuring 3 BR plus study (2 with BIR’s) Renovated bathroom with W.I. shower, sep. laundry & WC Single car garage, beautifully presented gardens and fully secure rear yard - Great first home or investment opportunity 3

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NEW 18 HEAVER DRIVE, MT GAMBIER $299,000-$309,000

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SATURDAY 10.30-11.00

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$189,000

All the hard work is done - move in ready family home Two living areas included wood heated open plan living area Gas ducted heating plus r/c split system air conditioning Huge paved pergola area plus two under cover garage spaces with remote entry doors - Freshly painted interior, new LED down lights & ceiling fans, watering system, lock up garden shed and edged garden beds

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73 LAKE TCE EAST, MT GAMBIER

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- Light filled three bedroom stone home with added bonus of an additional two bedroom, detached stone cottage with separate driveway access all on one title - Perfect for extended families, Air BnB, work from home or live in one and rent the other – the possibilities are endless! - THE HOME - Three large bedrooms, sunny North facing lounge room, large kitchen/ dining, laundry with additional shower & toilet and double garage UMR with remote entry - THE COTTAGE - Lovely open plan living area, r/c split system air conditioning, two bedrooms, and bathroom - Framed by attractive gardens with a private back yard the property is a rare offering in a sought after location

NEW PRICE 6 GRANEY CT, MT GAMBIER $310,000-$320,000

- Immaculate and appealing three bedroom brick and colorbond home located in a quiet cul-de-sac - 3 bedrooms all with BIR’s and main with two way bathroom access - Two living areas including formal lounge & light filled open plan family space - Double car garage UMR plus additional single colorbond garage with power & concrete floor & extra off street parking for three vehicles - Gas ducted heating, s/c wood fire and r/c split system air conditioning • Close to Marketplace Shopping Complex and Mount Gambier Hospital • Perfect home for investors, downsizers and those looking for a low maintenance and easy to maintain property

$279,000-$299,000

SATURDAY 9.45-10.15

SATURDAY 9.00-9.30

- City lights and Blue Lake beauty with a living area with views that rival the best - Roomy bedrooms, a charming bathroom, study or fourth bedroom and a kitchen that’s quaint and cute - Extras include slow combustion wood fire, r/c air conditioning, French doors, huge 3 bay shed and front and rear property access

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SATURDAY 9.00-9.20

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Tegan Pink ADMINISTRATION P: 08 8723 3416

4 Wren Street, Mount Gambier

SATURDAY 9.00-9.30

33 LAKE TCE WEST, MT GAMBIER

Sharne Evans CLIENT SERVICES P: 08 8723 3416

GREAT INVESTMENT PROPERTY OR 1ST HOME - Updated 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home, ready for the first home buyer or investor - Features include main bedroom with WI robe & en-suite, bedrooms 2 & 3 with BIR’s, galley kitchen with WI pantry, 2 living areas, r/c air conditioning, plus low maintenance flooring - Rental appraisal up to $265 per week

- Neat & tidy 3 bedroom home located on the northern side of the city - Inside offers lounge with r/c air conditioner, kitchen /dining with gas cooking, 3 bedrooms, bathroom with separate shower & bath, plus separate laundry & toilet - Independent rental appraisal up to $250 per week

Call Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Call Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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Property Sales & Home Staging A: 32 Bay Road Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 www.key2sale.com.au

Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

RLA 282 450

13 Agnes Street, Mount Gambier

Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

Sara O'Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

Abby Hepburn SALES M: 0419 673 350

Sharne Evans CLIENT SERVICES P: 08 8723 3416

Tegan Pink ADMINISTRATION P: 08 8723 3416

58 Jubilee Highway West, Mount Gambier

Open

SATURDAY 12.00-12.30

NEW > CENTRAL RENOVATOR

NEW > SOLID INVESTMENT

Cute 3 bedroom stone home ripe for renovation. Centrally located within walking distance to the main street this conveniently positioned property is the perfect proposition for first home buyers or investors.

Solid three bedroom stone home on an elevated allotment with access at the rear from Moten Lane. Inside offers large lounge with r/c split system air conditioning, original eat-in kitchen with gas stove, bathroom with shower, bath & pedestal basin, large games room or second living area, laundry and separate toilet. Single car garage & workshop with direct internal access to the home with access to the garage from Moten Lane. Securely fenced yard with Colorbond fencing plus additional stone storage shed. Currently leased at $230.00 per week on a periodic lease. The perfect proposition for investors or first home buyers.

Inside offers 3 bedrooms, gas heated lounge room, revamped kitchen with timber bench tops & electric cooking, original bathroom, separate toilet and sunny laundry / rear porch. Outside features secure rear yard, single carport UMR plus detached games room with additional shower & toilet - perfect for man cave, studio or work from home space (subject to council approval). Lots of opportunity here! Add this one to your inspection list.

$199,000-$209,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 298 RUWOLDT RD, YAHL

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24 GALPINS RD, EIGHT MILE CREEK 7.95 ACRES

$610,000-$620,000

$185,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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- Situated on 3 glorious acres within minutes from Mount Gambier - Offering huge Blackwood kitchen, formal dining, roomy lounge plus family room - Master suite offers luxurious ensuite with his/her basins, underfloor heating, and walk in wardrobe - An entertainers dream home with an unrivalled alfresco area of massive dimensions

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Contact Sara 0438 708 281 or Al 0418 849 266 5

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NEW PRICE 92 – 94 MEYLIN ST, PORT MACDONNELL $299,000

7.95 acre lifestyle property located within 20 minutes from Mount Gambier Solid stone home offering 5 bedrooms all with BIR's Updated kitchen with new freestanding cooker, dishwasher & WI pantry Vast array of shedding for the caravan, boat & vehicles 2 dams ready for yabbies or freshwater fish Located 2 minutes from Brown Bay with an ocean view

101 KINGSLEY RD, ALLENDALE EAST 5.5 ACRES

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$329,000-$349,000

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NEW PRICE 48 BAY RD, MT GAMBIER $435,000-$449,000

Open

SUNDAY 11.15-11.45

SUNDAY 11.00-11.30

SUNDAY 11.00-11.30

$499,000

Open

Open

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NEW PRICE 68 BUCK RD, MOORAK 5 ACRES

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- Hamptons inspired 3 bedroom home, main with ensuite & WIR - Open plan living with r/c split system air conditioning & gas log heating. - Stylish kitchen featuring electric cooktop, dual oven, soft closing drawers, butlers pantry offering extra preparation space • Main bathroom with luxuriously deep bath and separate shower and modern fittings • Double garage with r/c door and internal access

- Located in Mount Gambier’s prestigious Bay Road precinct - Delightful stone home on an easy to maintain 1013m2 allotment - Offering three bedrooms, master with BIRs, plus study or fourth bedroom - Top location for B&B or to live the latte lifestyle - You will be hard pressed to find a home on Bay Road with this price tag!

Contact Sara O'Connor 0438 708 281

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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14 MARK ST, NELSON

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$439,000

16 MEREDITH ST, NELSON CLOSES THIS FRIDAY

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Open

SUNDAY 12.15-12.45 - Brick & tile family home located just a short walk to the beach, hotel, general store, post office and library - Offering an open plan living area including blackwood timber kitchen with electric cooking & dishwasher and a spacious living room with s/c wood heating - Single garage under main roof with remote and internal access, plus an adjoining carport

- Located approximately 25 kilometres from Mt Gambier. - Offering approximately 5.5 Acres of township zoned land proving scope for development of approximately 16 building allotments (STCA). - Timber framed 3 bedroom home with open plan living with r/c a/c, wood fire and kitchen. - Large 8m x 11 m shed with concrete floor, power and lights

- “The Deck” is a beautiful timber clad home offering picturesque uninterrupted views over the Glenelg River - Currently run as a popular holiday accommodation, the property is being offered on a walk in walk out basis - Offering 3 bedrooms, bathroom, laundry, large light filled living area with wood heating plus kitchen/dining area - Colorbond garage, under house storage, rain and bore water

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266 3

NEW PRICE 83 TOLLNER RD, COMPTON

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$149,000

- Large 4063m2 vacant allotment, ready for building your new home (S.TC.A.) - Rare opportunity to purchase vacant land with a wide road frontage - Services available at front of allotment - Start designing you new home & ring your builder today - Great location on the edge of the City Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 LAND

LOT 102 GLENCOE RD, GLENCOE 2.5 ACRES

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$110,000

- A great opportunity to build your country dream in the popular township of Glencoe - 2.5 acres with access from both Glencoe Road and The Springs Road - Close to the Glencoe Shop & Post Office - Scattered with attractive gum trees - Power Passing Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

LAND

NEW PRICE MOUNTVIEW ESTATE LOT 133 TOLLNER RD

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- Located in Mountview Estate - 4000m2 Allotment on Tollner Road - Price includes rural style fencing, power & town water - Contact your builder today & build your dream home

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Expressions of Interest by Fri 20th Sept at 12noon (if not sold prior) - Offering 3 elevated allotments with unsurpassed breathtaking views of the estuary, river mouth & the Southern Ocean - Beautifully presented 5 bedroom home, specifically designed to encompass the amazing outlook - Well equipped kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher & ample cupboard space Contact Sara 0438 708 281 or Al 0418 849 266 5 1 3

144 SUTTONTOWN RD, SUTTONTOWN

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$105,000

Build your dream home here 2428m2 allotment in the Suttontown area Close to Suttontown Primary School & Mount Gambier Hospital Services passing

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

LAND


Open

SATURDAY 9.45-10.15AM

6 WYATT STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU It is very rare to come across an opportunity like this in the centre of the City. An absolutely stunning property for the discerning buyer. Homes of this quality & style, seldom come to the market, making this property highly sought after, due to its superior features & terrific location. The list of features is endless, including stunning open plan living area with gas log fire & r/c air conditioning spilling out through stacker doors to the stunning North facing alfresco area featuring built-in BBQ and fridges. The sparkling entertainer pool, complete with waterfall offers swimmers privacy & a sensational way to start your day. The state of the art kitchen features Smeg dishwasher, gas cooktop & electric oven plus walk-in pantry and soft closing drawers. Abundant storage throughout the home with two modern bathrooms both featuring floating vanity’s and neutral décor. The three carpeted bedrooms all contain built-in robes with the master containing s/s air conditioner whilst the remaining two rooms contain ceiling fans. Access to the driveway through remote control electric gates then leads through to the double car (end to end) garage with internal access to the alfresco decking. All this & so much more, book your private inspection today with Sara O’Connor or Al Lamond to fully appreciate the style & class of this wonderful home. This is the one! Don’t delay, enquire today.

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Property Sales & Home Staging A: 32 Bay Road Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 W: www.key2sale.com.au RLA 282 450

Sara O'Connor M: 0438 708 281

Al Lamond M: 0418 849 266


RLA 263296


Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290

www.gebhardts.com.au Ph 08 8725 5766 2 Hawk Place

18 Kookaburra Court

42 Brolga Street

20 Patricia Court

REDUCED

NEW PRICE 4

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$255,000

Immaculate inside and out. A true family home, exceptional car accommodation, located in the popular OPEN Birdsville area close to schools and local SAT shopping. An absolute 9.00 - 9.30 must to inspect!

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$429,000-$449,000

Elegant architectural design – boasting eco- friendly features throughout. Light filled and loaded with quality. This brand new OPEN home stands out in a crowd. Inspection will SAT not disappoint. 9.15 - 9.45

NEW

9 Eustace Street

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9 Turnbull Drive

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$319,500

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Nestled on a superb elevated corner allotment to take advantage of the stunning views is this very appealing ranch OPEN style family home, located in the popular SAT Birdsville area – Be 9.30 - 10.00 Quick!

21 McGregor Street

$295,000

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Situated in a sought after location, this delightful home offers a lifestyle of being within walking distance of the city centre. As you OPEN enter the home you will feel SAT the warmth and style – this 10.15 - 10.45 beauty is waiting for you!

11 Lorikeet Street

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$319,500

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‘UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM AUSTRALIAN EXECUTOR TRUTEES LIMITED’ Perfectly located in the popular Birdsville area and sited on a generous 900m2 (approx.) allotment, this immaculate OPEN home will impress the fussiest buyer, local shopping, SAT schools and reserves a short 9.45 - 10.15 stroll away. Exceptional!

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$489,500

A wonderful country living lifestyle awaits. A generous home big on living space & entertaining areas. HUGE shedding, perfect for your caravan & boat. Solar panels, 3 phase power, ducted heating & cooling, 10,000 gal SAT rainwater. This home has it all. 10.00 - 10.30

OPEN

NEW

4 Victor Street

$170,000

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$319,000

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A rare opportunity offering two dwellings on the one title. One dwelling offers three bedrooms, kitchen/meals/family, laundry and bathroom. OPEN Dwelling two offers two carpeted bedrooms, kitchen/ SAT meals/family, laundry and 10.30 - 11.00 bathroom, stone garage/

Located in a blue ribbon location and only minutes away from the city centre and the Blue lake is this superb family home – nothing to do but OPEN move in and start living and SAT if you like to entertain look 10.45 - 11.15 no further! Inspect ASAP.

304 Wehl Street North

75 Bay Road

41 Cutting Court, Worrolong

NEW PRICE 3

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$359,000

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12 Callahan Place

2 Bruins Road Wandilo

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$629,000

Situated on a touch over three acres comprising four bedrooms, luxurious ensuite, classy kitchen meals family, two further living spaces, double garage under main roof plus 9 x 6 colorbond shed – a modern masterpiece!

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$529,000

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$192,500

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Avail 30/10/19 $200 per week NEW

6/69 Bay Road

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Avail 18/10/19 $200 per week

58 Milstead St Pt MacDonnell

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Avail Now $250 per week NEW

64 Sea Parade Port MacDonnell

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Avail 11/10/19 $280 per week NEW

13 Old Kent Court

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Avail 1/10/19 $330 per week

7 Shelley Cres

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Avail 17/10/19 $360 per week NEW

45 Sassanowsky Rd, Suttontown

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$430,000

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$189,500

Avail 18/10/19

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$230,000

Apply online www.tenantoptions.com.au rentals@gebhardts.com.au Ph 8724 8088

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64 Sea Parade Port MacDonnell

$250 pw

• 3 bedroom cottage • Kitchen with electric cooking & gas heating • Huge family/dining area with sc wood heater • Small office • 3 car garage with internal access • Easy to maintain grounds & secure yard • Pets negotiable **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**

NEW

Avail 11/10/19

Avail Now 3

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Located in the heart of Port MacDonnell just one street from the beach front, this flexible floor plan offers unlimited possibilities. Add your finishing touches & live your coastal dream.

A solid and trendy unit, ideal for investment or one to call home. Updated kitchen, generous room sizes & located in a quality group. Close to schools & shops. A smart choice!

58 Milstead St Port MacDonnell

2 1 1 $200 pw • Two bedrooms both with built in robes • Separate lounge with reverse cycle air conditioning • Kitchen/ Dine with electric cooking • Carport under main roof • Quiet location • Storage shed • No pets **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**

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Positioned in the heart of Worrolong offering a true Country oasis. Set on 5.7 acres (approx) of lush pasture, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 living zones, 17mX6m fully powered colorbond shed. Screaming quality everywhere you look, simply special! 29 Compton Street Port MacDonnell

Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au

6/69 Bay Road

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2/56 Brownes Road

Excellent unit for the investor or downsizer located in a small complex close to all amenities. 2 Living areas, neutral colours throughout & appealing yard.

Gebhardts Property Management

21 Shepherdson Rd

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“Offers invited”. Charming 1920’s bungalow – proudly positioned on ever popular Bay Road. Loaded with character this home will appeal as is or those looking to improve. Near new shedding and rear yard access – over 1,250m2 block. Don’t miss this opportunity!

1/5 Banksia Street

The ultimate entertainer – A quality home & BIG on space. Boasting three generous living areas, gourmet kitchen, huge outdoor entertaining & low maintenance self cleaning pool. Perfectly located for elevated sweeping views, no stone has been left unturned.

RENTALS UNITS\HOUSES

$499,500

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Ultra appealing home set on over 2,700m2 allotment. 5 bedrooms plus study. Multiple upstairs family zones plus downstairs theatre room and 2 bedrooms. OPEN Detached 3 bay garage, 3 SAT phase power plus separate 11.15 - 11.45 retreat and bathroom.

An absolute stunner of a home. Boasting solid construction, massive rooms, protected rear entertaining area OPEN plus access to rear yard. Get ready to be SAT 11.00 - 11.30 impressed.

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$280 pw

• Three bedroom sea front bungalow • Main & 2nd bedroom with BIR’s • Lounge with S/C wood heater • Eat in kitchen with gas/electric cooking • Bathroom/toilet • Single garage detached with work room & leanto • Secure yard • Pets negotiable **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**


Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290 Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Jo Campbell SALES 0409 240 223

Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Malcolm Lewis SALES 0411 899 693

www.gebhardts.com.au RLA 1903 Ph 08 8725 5766

Sue Mac Donald PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Contact our office today to view our current properties or find us on Facebook NEW

22 Saint Martins Drive

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$375,000

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$245,000

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Front street facing unit with a small garden/grass area. Two large bedrooms both with B.I.R’s, fresh & modern open plan kitchen/meals/ family area plus room for an extra vehicle. Sought after location.

This stunning family home is located close to St Martins Lutheran College and McDonald Park Primary School – family friendly with great walking paths and reserves – the kids and dogs will love it!

2/37 Bertha Street

NEW

1/37 Bertha Street

NEW

8 Wentworth Court

7 Jeffries Street, Port MacDonnell

NEW

NEW

2194 Carpenter Rocks Road

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$279,500

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Neat as a pin 8 acre residence (approx) located a short 20 minute drive from Mount Gambier and a short drive to the Coast, Offering 4 bedrooms, large lounge, eat-in kitchen, older shedding. A rare offering with great rural setting and views.

3 McEwin Avenue, Tarpeena

NEW

67 Meylin Street, Pt MacDonnell

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$239,000

Located only footsteps to the beach is this lovely cottage full of charm – the perfect Seaside retreat or permanent residence – walk to everything and enjoy the unbeatable beachside lifestyle!

NEW

3/37 Bertha Street

SOLD 2

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$245,000

Excellent opportunity for the buyer looking to downsize or a fantastic investment. Two large bedrooms both with B.I.R’s, fresh & modern open plan kitchen/meals/family area plus room for an extra vehicle. Sought after location. 20 Hammer Parade, Blackfellows Caves

a 2021m2 approx

NEW

$149,000

Offering stunning ocean views and large allotment. Over 2,000m2 with wide 26m frontage, x4 bay garage with concrete floor & 3 roller doors. Secure your coastal dream today!

6 Helen Street

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$269,500

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This beautifully maintained and presented home is located in the hospital and Tafe precinct and will impress the fussiest of buyers, book the removalists!

78A Sea Parade Port MacDonnell

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$289,500

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This beautifully maintained seaside abode will appeal to the fussiest buyer – live only metres from the beach – Inspect asap!

49 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

$345,000

$420,000

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The ultimate in seaside luxury – upmarket town house overlooking the bustling breakwater & ocean views. Quality & style throughout – private balcony & 2 street frontage with shedding & parking.

NEW

SEASIDE INVESTMENT – FREEHOLD ONLY It’s all about location – A prime building to purchase prominently positioned in the beachfront of Port MacDonnell. Long term lease and strong return. Contact agent for more details. “Freehold Only”.

23 Percy St / 12-14 Alexander St

P.O.A. GRAND CENTRAL MOTEL – FREEHOLD ONLY Rare investment opportunity. Well maintained Motel consisting of 23 units & a private residence. In the heart of the city, long secure lease & strong return, large land size, zoned CCE (city centre)

RENTALS 7 Shelley Cres

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$245,000

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$900,000

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2/25 Suttontown Road

$475,000 to $495,000

Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au

94 Commercial Street East

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Quiet rear unit in a small tidy complex of three. Two large bedrooms both with B.I.R’s, fresh & modern open plan kitchen/meals/family area plus room for an extra vehicle. Sought after location.

Resort style luxury by the sea. Morning walks on the beach – refreshing sea breezes and sunsets from your front or rear balcony – two street frontage – huge array of high clearance shedding and large shop area with many uses and potential.

Take a deep breath before you enter this amazing property – because it will take your breath away! First impressions count and you won’t be disappointed here – the definition of splendour! In conjunction with Key2Sale Real Estate.

Gebhardts Property Management

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78B Sea Parade Port MacDonnell

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Rare city centre multi tenanted opportunity. Renovated villa Circa 1900 of 3/4 bedrooms, office/warehouse. Shedding fronting Alexander Street. Portion of this leased at $930 p/m plus full office area available. A magnitude of opportunity presents itself.

COMMERCIAL

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Neat & tidy Mount Gambier stone home, three bedrooms, large kitchen/ dining, updated bathroom. Private rear yard, handy 9mx6m colorbond shed.

20 Cobblestone Court

$595,000

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$159,000

An affordable community title unit in small group of 2. Private rear unit with low maintenance grounds, generous living area, enclosed rear yard. Leased @ $215 p/w. An ideal investment.

Apply online www.tenantoptions.com.au rentals@gebhardts.com.au Ph 8724 8088

2/2 James Street

78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

1 /2 James Street 2/2 James Street 23-25 Commercial Street West Avail 17/10/19 4 2 2 $360 pw • 4 bedrooms, main with BIR, ensuite shower & vanity only • Two living areas, downstairs with s/c heating • Kitchen with electric cooking • Entertaining deck area overlooking city • Double garage • No pets **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**

78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell 94 Commercial Street East 2B Helen Street

Avail 20/10/19

Avail Now

Avail Now

Commercial

Commercial

Commercial

• 140m2 approx of flexible space • On site parking for staff • Currently used as a restaurant • Separate function room • Reverse cycle air conditioning • Exhaust in kitchen area included • Located in the CBD • Don’t miss out on this opportunity

• Ideal for retail or office space • Great incentives on offer from lessor • Approximately 98.16 m2 • Two double access doors • Great window space • Fantastic Location • $1250.00 pcm first year + GST & outgoings with market review there after

• Prominent seafront location overlooking boat ramp and car park • Modern and well fitted store • Large floor area, flexible layout, 177 sqm floor area • Opportunity for a diverse range of business • Long term lease available • POA

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Chris Manser

Garth Manser

Elisha Beare

Candyce Cory

Real Estate & Livestock sales

Real Estate & Livestock Sales

Real Estate Sales Property Management

Property Management

0417 414 127

0417 071 180

0407 213 023

08 8723 6866

chris@gtlivestock.com.au

garth@gtlivestock.com.au

elisha@gtlivestock.com.au

property@gtlivestock.com.au RLA 280309

Ph 08 8723 6866 | Fax 08 8723 3809 | 50 James Street, Mount Gambier | admin@gtlivestock.com.au | www.gtlivestock.com.au

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276 PINEHALL AVENUE, SUTTONTOWN

OPEN

SATURDAY 11.30-12.30pm

AUCTION TO BE HELD FRIDAY THE 15TH NOVEMBER AT 11AM ONSITE IF NOT SOLD PRIOR ?

ELEGANT COUNTRY LIVING MINUTES FROM TOWN Green Triangle Real Estate are delighted to present for sale by Auc on “ENDERLEY” located at 276 Pine hall Avenue, Su ontown situated within proximity to the Su ontown Primary School, Mount Gambier Hospital, Montebello shopping center and just minutes to the center of town. Features of this home include: – Open plan kitchen/dining & living featuring electric cooking, dishwasher, impressive walk in pantry and ample storage.

This area offers wood hea ng & R/C A/C for your convenience – Formal lounge / dining with the ambience of wood hea ng flowing through the heat shi ers to the rest of the home. – 4 bedrooms three with BIR, the third also features French doors opening out to the picturesque views. – The main bathroom features a bath, shower toilet & large vanity & a shower and toilet adjacent the Laundry area. – An extra addi on to the home is the detached co age with

4 a bathroom offering a private dwelling for guests to stay, a games room, teen retreat, sewing or cra room or a private area for elderly parents. – Outside features include a detached double car garage, a 4-bay machinery / car shed with power and a workshop area, 2-stand shearing shed, hay shed, a fully equipped bore, a 50,000 L rainwater tank plumbed to the home and co age, a

AUCTION THIS FRIDAY

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chicken enclosure, established gardens, trees and a variety of fruit trees and an underground sprinkler system. – The 95 acres offers endless mixed farming and agricultural possibili es, with the added bonus of an irriga on bore already situated on the property. – Proper es like this one do not come along o en, inspect “ENDERLEY” today and make your dream come true.

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– 177 Acres of prime grazing land – 10 Main paddocks – Steel ca le yards – 15M x 9.3M implement shed – 54M x 9.8M original turkey shed – Hay shed – 3 Bedroom stone home

278 DUCKHOLE FLAT RD, GERMAN FLAT – 313 Acres of grazing land – 8 main paddocks – 2 stand shearing shed and yards – Implement shed – Solar panels – Current windfarm lease expiring in 2029 – Set in a secluded loca on, with views of Lake Bonney and offers a 3 bedroom stone home that has been unoccupied for many years and is in need of renova on

$975,000 – Spacious limestone home, tastefully renovated to combine country style living with modern fixtures and fi ngs – New kitchen, electric cooking, dishwasher, ample cupboard space, walk-in pantry, overlooking dining area – Lounge heated with wood fire, with heat shi ers warming the rest of the home – Four bedrooms, main with built in robe

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8 HELPMANN AVENUE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR FANTASTIC LOCATION $329,000 Beautifully presented home just walk in and enjoy. Located close to schools and parks. Character solid brick and tile, with low maintenance in mind. 4 bedrooms 3 living areas, 2 bathrooms, solid timber kitchen. Raked ceilings, all weather alfresco area.

5 OAKLAND COURT MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 5 CAR

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17 BALAMBOOL AVENUE MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

QUALITY HOME $299,950 This home ticks all the boxes. Spacious bedrooms, main with walk in robe and en-suite, large timber kitchen modern appliances, lounge dining area, family room, kitchen meals area, covered patio, gas ducted heating plus split system air-conditioning, doue garage umr with inside access, 11 panel solar system, perfect condition inside and out NE W E PRIC

10 GEMSTONE COURT MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR SPACIOUS QUALITY FAMILY HOME $369,000 Inspection will impress in this quality family home. Nestled in a lovely part of conroe heights, featuring open plan living, modern colours and new floor coverings. Huge classy solid timber kitchen with step in pantry and heaps of cupboard and bench space.

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32 ST ANDREWS DRIVE MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

PERFECT FAMILY HOME $349,500 TO $359,500 This home ticks all the boxes, quite cul-de sac, brick and tile, 3 living areas, 2 bathrooms, room for 5 cars a caravan or boat, plus modern open living.A beautiful renovation opening the kitchen meals family area, find a classy kitchen with modern appliances, soft close doors.

BRAND NEW AND PERFECT $429,000 Brand new home with view’s of the golf course, will give the new owners the feeling of freedom and enjoyment. Ideal for the busy family, retiree or professional couple. Stunning main bedroom, walk in robe and ensuite. ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning, open plan living. 2 TWILA GROVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 4 CAR

SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME $329,950 Ideal for the larger family with 4 bedrooms and office 3 living areas plus 2 bathrooms. Located in a quite cul-de-sac with parklands and playgrounds only a stones throw away. Brick home in good condition inside and out. Split system airconditioning, open kitchen meals family room plus formal lounge and tv room, covered patio area, looking over private secure yard, ideal for kids and pets. Double carport plus double garage, ideal for the handy man. 18 HEATH STREET MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR PRICED TO SELL/ INSPECTION INVITED $229,950 Ready for inspection anytime is this immaculate 3 bedroom home. A great workshop off the house, ideal for handy man, 2nd living area. Upgraded kitchen with modern appliances plus dishwasher with heaps of cupboards, lounge room with electric heating/cooling.

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EASY LIFESTYLE HOME $389,000 Check out this beautifully presented easy-care executive home. Ideal for the family or baby boomer, looking for easy living but still having enough room for the caravan and family to visit. The home features the best of open living and entertaining. Stunning kitchen.

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87 MILSTEAD STREET PT MACDONNELL 3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR PERFECT HOLIDAY HOME $235,000 Make life easy with this fantastic holiday home, located metres from the sea, cafes and parks. Up stairs 3 bedrooms sleeping for 10, with decking area and sea views. Downstairs, kitchen meals family area, slow combustion heating, separate toilet and shower. BUILDING ALLOTMENTS FOR SALE BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME RANGE OF SIZES AND PRICES TO MEET ANY BUDGET HOME AND LAND PACKAGES AVAILABLE LOT 156 WIRELESS ROAD WEST SOLD $99,500 LOT 154 WIRELESS ROAD WEST 6 SINCLAIR STREET $55,000 33A DOUGHTY STREET $120,000 31 JOHN POWELL DRIVE $135,000 22A HEDLEY ST $149,000 LOT 55 BENGALEE CRES $115,000 LOT 57 BENGALEE CRES $115,000 LOT 58 BENGALEE CRES $115,000 LOT 50 BENGALEE CRES $120,000 LOT 52 BENGALEE CRES $130,000 LOT 53 BENGALEE CRES $135,000 LOT 54 BENGALEE CRES $120,000 LOT 85 BENGALEE CRES $135,000 LOT 86 BENGALEE CRES $128,000 LOT 87 BENGALEE CRES $128,000 LOT 88 BENGALEE CRES $128,000

EXCITING NEW DEVELOPMENT 6 lifestyle allotments for you to choose from. Measuring in size from 3,734 sq/m to 4,954 sq/m, ideally located only a few hundred metres from mount gambier basketball stadium, suitable easy building allotments including fencing, character timber entrances and mountain and country views. Power and water serviced. Build your dream home with room to move.

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15 TENISON DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 8 CAR

LIFESTYLE AT TENISON $465,000 Character home built to blend in with it’s environment. Sitting on 5,605 s/qm allotment and complemented by established trees gardens and great shedding position on the footsteps of mt gambier. High ceilings, spacious rooms and open living, designed to capture the north winter sun are features of this home. Gas central heating, split system air conditioning. Huge kitchen with granite bench tops, rainwater bore water town water plus high clearance 8m x 16 m shedding. Inspection invited.

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6 TENISON DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 10 CAR THE BEST ADDRESS OFFERS INVITED Make family life a breeze with perfect family home located in the popular tenison drive, having the southeasts premier private school at your back door step. Set on aproximate 2 acres of parklike gardens featuring tennis court, aproximate 85 litres of rain water.

UNIT 2C CLEZY CRESCENT MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR LIKE NEW, GREAT LOCATION $247,500 Ideal for the retiree, couple, single or b&b. Perfect location close to shops. Like new condition this home has 3 bedrooms 2 with built in robes, open kitchen meals living area. Modern kitchen. Community title, gas heating. Lovely wet areas, quality fittings.

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OUT & ABOUT

CELEBRATING DADS AT TENISON WOODS COLLEGE

Mick & Scarlett Ryan

Gerry, Andrew & Paul Vanikiotis

Mitchell, Riley & Matthew Chapman

Indi, Joe & Morgan Renko

Gracie, Harry, Charlie & John Carroll

Nigel, Zoe, Mitch & Glenn McCrae

Natalie, Andrew & Sienna Hughes

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COASTAL COLLABORATION MEET THE ARTISTS OPPORTUNITY

Cr Gillian Clayfield & son Matthew welcomed renowned artist Tony Flint

Jackie Attiwill & Sue-Ellen Downie

Helen Ferguson

Vivienne Jaffer, Heather McLean & Bev Gunn

Young talent Kai Ievins next to his piece Cape Northumberland

Josh Struthers, Bray Milstead & Jeremy Ievins

Sharon Butler, Wendy DiCenso, Trudi Timmermann & Janet Saffin

Four generations – Ulla MacRae, Hannah, Zoe & Skye Morrsion and Kirsten Christensen

Contributors to the Coastal Collaboration exhibition at the Port MacDonnell Community Complex heald a Meet the Artists evening earlier this month.. Coastal Collaboration is a diverse and professional exhibition celebrating the work of lcoally based artists. The work of 12 artists on display, showcases a range of techniques and mediums, including large, detailed realism paintings by Tony Flint; a printed dress and bag by Truddi Timmermann; gourd carvings and pine needle weaving by Jenny Dean; palm leaf art by Ulla MacRae; photography by Alex Window, Kai Ievins, Sue Carrison and Tim Rosenthal; surf board paintings

by Jeremy Ievins; fashion and accessory pieces from Vivienne Jaffer and Sue-Ellen Downie and various genre paintings and shell mirrors by Heather McLean. The exhibition will run until September 26 with free entry via the Port MacDonnell Community Complex main entrance. The Complex is open Monday to Thursday from 9m to 5pm, Friday, from 9am to 8pm and weekends from 10am to 4pm. For a full range of services that the Port MacDonnell Community Complex has to offer visit www.dcgrant.sa.gov.au or contact the complex on (08)8738 3000 or email pmcc@dcgrant.sa.gov.au

POPULAR AUTHOR TO MEET WITH YOUNG READERS Award winning author, Sally Rippin will visit Tenison Woods College this Thursday for the 2019 Reading Hour event. As Australia’s highest selling female author, Sally (pictured right) is well known for her Hey Jack and Billie B Brown series, amongst other popular titles,and is a passionate ambassador for reading and literacy. During her visit to the college, Sally will present a session for Reception to Year 2 students and Year 3 to 5 students. She will also spend time visiting classrooms and meeting students over the course of the day. “We are extremely fortunate to have Sally visit us, particularly on such an important day of the year for literacy. It’s an incredible honour to host such a talented author at the College for Reading Hour,” said Early Learning to Year 5 key literacy teacher Katie Window. The Australian Reading Hour event is a national initiative that encourages all Australians to devote an hour of time to reading. At Tenison Woods College, the junior school will participate in the Reading Hour from 9-10am before having the opportunity to meet the highly acclaimed author. With a passion for storytelling, Sally emphasises the importance of reading for young people, “Reading is a vital component in

developing empathy and fostering compassion in young people,” she said. “I am delighted to be involved in the Australian Reading Hour for 2019. I never tire of the thrill of listening to children talk about why they love a particular book or character. I love writing and sharing stories. My hope has always been that my readers will see themselves in my stories and understand that no matter how confusing or frightening the world may seem at times, kindness, friendship and integrity always win out in the end.”

Above - Year 2 Tenison Woods College Students Muhammad Usman, Kurt Somerville, Jenny Bigirimana and Mckinlee Muhovics are very excited for Author Sally Rippin to visit the college this Thursday.


BE A PART OF THE 60TH ANNIVERSARY CHRISTMAS PARADE Three students recently joined staff from the Natural Resources South East (NRSE) team for an educational work experience program across the Limestone Coast. NRSE Environmental Education Coordinator Natasha Dawson said work experience was a great opportunity for school students to explore their career options. “This hands on program gave students a unique opportunity to trial activities to manage natural environments in our region,” Ms Dawson said. “The program explored one of the South East NRM Board’s four core priorities each day. It also looked at aspects of maintaining water quality and availability, as well as soil health, minimising the impact of pest plants and animals and conserving native vegetation.” Students toured the district from the Blue Lake to Piccaninnie Ponds and learned about the importance and use of water in the landscape. “They also had an opportunity to talk with a landholder about adaptive farm management techniques, climate change and maintaining biodiversity on farms,” Ms Dawson said. “They removed boneseed and learned about the impact of invasive pest plants and animals on agriculture and the environment, and assisted with some revegetation in the Coorong.” Year 10 student Dakota said she loved the experience and wished she could do it again.

“I definitely enjoyed planting all the trees up at Salt Creek,” Dakota said. “I felt like I was making a difference and it was rewarding to see the end result.” Over the week the students liaised with NRM professionals from across our organisation to see the variety of career pathways open to them in the field of natural resources management. Applications to join this work experience program in 2020 will open in Term 1 next year, please contact NRSE to leave your email address to be the first to know when applications open.

Above - Regenerative Farm Visit at Wrattonbully (from left) - NRSE Environmental Education Co-ordinator Natasha Dawson, Dakota, local landholder Mr Todd Woodard, Grace & Amy.

LOW COST DESEXING PROGRAM Glenelg Shire Council in collaboration with RSPCA Victoria will be offering low-cost cat desexing programs this October. A mobile cat desexing clinic will be held in Portland from Monday, October 14, to Friday, October 18, with qualified veterinary staff offering a reduced desexing fee of $25 for males and $50 for females (this fee also includes a free microchip and council registration where required). Glenelg Shire Council Local Laws Team Leader Jacqui Muskee said following the success of the low cost desexing clinic held earlier this year, the program was being re-offered at the new central location of the Portland Drill Hall. “Desexing your cat, whether male or female, is an important part of responsible pet ownership,” she said. “One undesexed female cat and her female offspring alone can have 2,000 kittens in just two years, a staggering statistic. It is equally as important to desex male cats. Desexed male cats can help to reduce unwanted litters in our community, as well as reducing anti-social behaviours such as spraying.” Bookings for the Glenelg Shire mobile cat desexing clinic can be made online through Eventbrite, or by calling RSPCA Victoria on (03)9888 9822. All cats must be in good health and aged between nine weeks – 10 years old. lifestyle1.net | 24


MAKE MILLICENT YOUR LATEST HASHTAG Milicent is one of five South Australian towns in the running for the inaugural South Australian Ag Town of the Year award and the call is out there help poersuade the judges by joining the social media campiagn. Cleve, Kapunda, Langhorne Creek, and Renmark were also announced as finalists. The finalists were selected by an independent judging panel after 43 towns were nominated from across the state. and the winner will be chosen by the independent judging panel and announced at the South Australian Regional Showcase celebration event next month. When the five finalists were announced Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development Tim Whetstone congratulated the five towns on being named as finalists. “The pride in our regional towns and how they are inextricably linked to agriculture has been highlighted through this awards process,” said Minister Whetstone. “The stories of these towns really paint a picture of the agricultural innovation, diversity, leadership and community spirit that exists within them.” Minister Whetstone encouraged the five finalist towns to show the judges

why they are the South Australian Ag Town of the Year before October 11. “It’s now up to each of the five towns illustrate why it deserves to be crowned the inaugural Ag Town of the Year,” said Minister Whetstone. “Local agricultural organisations, councils and schools are encouraged to get involved and undertake activities to highlight their town and its link to agriculture. So now the hashtag #AgTownoftheYear is critical. Using phrases including Millicent is a great place to... or I choose to live in Millicent because... or anything that connects

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TIME TO GET WEIRD & WONDERFUL The South East Art Society has officially unveiled its 2019 members exhibition at the Mount Gambier Visitor Centre (formerly the Lady Nelson) but time is running out to see this locally created work. Titled Weird & Wonderful, the exhibition will be on display until October 13 and doubles as an art competition. There are paintings using a variety of mediums, photography, sculpture and a wide array of other artistic expression and it is the South East Art Society’s major annual show and competition.

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After you’ve said “yes”… If the proposal came with a ring then make sure it’s insured…

What happens after you’ve agreed to officially tie the knot… This is a special time in your life when lasting memories are made and you want them to be about planning and then enjoying a wonderful celebration of your love with family and friends. Whether it’s for 300 or 30, whether it rivals the royal wedding or whether it’s a backyard barbeque, whether you just decided to make it official one morning over breakfast or whether it was the grandest, most romantic proposal of all time, the planning still needs to meticulous. Paying attention to details in the lead up makes for a relaxing day when your wedding day finally arrives and if you have a clear picture in your mind as to what you want try and share the load with close, trusted friends and family so that you’re not too exhausted to enjoy the day when it rolls around. Be sure about what costs are involved and the most important advice is keep a paperwork trail – it can eliminate confusion about what’s been promised and just how much it’s going to cost.

If you’re picking out the ring together after set the ground rules early on budget and do your research… Decide if you’re going to have an engagement party and set a date. Planning an engagement party is a nice rehearsal for your event management skills… Set a date – factor in what time of the year you’d like to be married, how long you’ll need to save and plan, any special events you’d like to avoid and a realistic time to be away from work

and able to take time off in the lead up and aftermath for a honeymoon… Setting the date... ASAP you need to sit down together and work out an acceptable and REALISTIC budget – this might mean putting in place a savings schedule to make sure you easily cover the anticipated costs as well as hopefully having some money set aside for those unexpected costs that could crop up as the wedding draws closer… You also need to establish just who is paying for what and what financial involvement the parents were considering so you know exactly where every cent is coming from...

Get the money chat out of the way early – it can be awkward but you don’t want to be haggling in the lead up to the big day… Planning the day... Map out the big picture and start locking in the crucial elements for the day… Decide on just what kind of wedding and reception you want and how many guests you want to include… Locking in a reception venue as early as possible is critical. Try and organise a face to face consultation with a selection of different venues and caterers and ask plenty of questions so you know exactly what they’re offering as exactly what it’s going to cost. Decide on a civil or religious ceremony and a venue for the ceremony and book… Start getting paperwork together for all the legal requirements of marriage and check with your celebrant or priest just what you need to provide… Select your wedding party TOGETHER and then approach them about being involved… cont. opp.page

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Six months and counting… With most of the big picture elements to the wedding already locked in it’s time to start sweating the finer details of the day… Book a florist – once again some face to face consultations with a selection of florists and looking at examples of their previous work should help with the final decision…. Confirm your hair stylist and make up artist and book in any pre-wedding appointments like a tan, facial or manicure as well…You also might like to check if guests from away or close friends would like to use the same stylists and make sure they’re catered for as well… In a way it’s probably the biggest (and most discussed) decision the bride makes and you have to make it NOW – the dress. Whether you’re ordering it, getting it handmade or lucky enough to find one off the rack that fits, you need to tick this job off the to-do list NOW FROM OPP. PAGE You’ll need to start deciding on dresses and suits and by association a colour scheme for the big day – while the guys will probably be easy fixed, you need to be realistic about settling on a colour and style of dress for your bridesmaids, giving you plenty of time for fittings and choice of accessories… This is even more critical if all your bridal party is not located where you live during the planning stages. If you have a preferred hair stylist and make-up artist for your wedding day then check out their availability as soon as possible and at least temporarily book their services… Start investigating photographers and/or videographers and lock your preferred option in… If you have a lot of guests coming from away or are planning a destination wedding, you’ll need to organise Save The Date notification and even check out potential special deals for guests at a particular accommodation facility…

You don’t have to rush out and buy every bridal magazine on the shelves but keep your eye out for different ideas and keep an ideas folder…

Plan a girls weekend when you can try on dresses and shoes and get those outfits locked in as well…

Reconfirm ALL your reception details… Select and approach an MC for the reception… Time to book in the cars or make whatever transport arrangements you’re going to need.. Decide on any entertainment for the reception and book it in… If you’ve decided to have a gift registry you’ll need to select a location/s and start compiling a wishlist…

Book your honeymoon and make sure you organise any visas or passports that might be needed… Confirm your photographer/ videographer booking details… Tick, tock, tick tock – three months to go Plan your vows… cont. overleaf...

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FROM PREVIOUS PAGE... If you have to or want to have prewedding counselling then now is the time…

Make sure your mother’s on track with her outfit and your dad’s not just dusting off a suit from the 90s… Order the rings..

If you’ve planned an outdoor ceremony then make sure you have an alternate venue in the case of poor weather… Lock in the bridesmaids dresses, including shoes and accessories… Lock in the boys’ suits, including shoes, shirts and ties…

Order cake…. Finalist the guest list and send out the invitations (and any relevant gift registry information)… If you’re putting together any reception decoration, placecards or bomboniere yourself it’s time to start

those projects… Book wedding night accommodation and decide if you’re going to have any day after functions with family and/or friends, especially if people have travelled a long way and you’re not leaving on your honeymoon immediately… Don’t turn Bridezilla but there is only six weeks to go… Lock in all the “extras” for your weddings – people doing readings, ushers, musician..

File your Notice of Intended Marriage (needs to be done one month and one day before your wedding)… Confirm all details with reception venue including guest numbers, menu, beverages and seating plan, if required… Final fittings – that means EVERYONE… Get your engagement ring cleaned so it’s looking its best on the big day…

Confirm all details with florist... Confirm all details with photographer and/or videographer… Hair and make-up trials… Make sure your home insurance will cover the arrival of the gifts… Make sure you have everything that you need to provide for reception like placecards, centerpieces… The final countdown – last week of your single life Wedding rehearsal… Confirm order of service and print booklets if required... Pick up rings…

Finalise wedding party gifts… Confirm florist and cake delivery details… Re-confirm any entertainment… Pack for wedding night and honeymoon… The bottom line is enjoy not only the day but everything in the lead up to it. It won’t be stress-free – nothing important ever is. Stick to your budget and your to-do list and planning the day can still be relatively relaxing. Allow others (that you trust) to help – you don’t have to be a one man event coordination machine.

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TESTING YOUR KNOWLEDGE 1. A couple’s 30th wedding anniversary is marked by which gift? 2. On which date do Kate Middleton and Prince William celebrate their wedding anniversary? 3. How many of Henry VIII’s six wives were executed name them. 4. Which 1992 movie featured the Whitney Houston hit I Will Always Love You? 5. In what year did Jacqueline Bouvier and John F. Kennedy marry? 6. Which actor did movie icon Katharine Hepburn enjoy a 26 year relationship with as part of one of Hollywood’s most famous couples? 7. Who was tennis champion Andre Agassi’s first wife? 8. Who wrote the steamy 1928 novel Lady Chatterley’s Lover? 9. Which two main characters in the TV series Friends ended up married? 10. In what year did Hallmark make its first Valentine Card? 11. In the children’s nursery rhyme who “kissed the girls and made them cry�? 12. Which two Hollywood legends starred in the 1957 movie An Affair To Remember? 13. What is the name of the two feuding families in Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet? 14. Which two actors played the lead roles in Baz Luhrman’s 1996 film version of Romeo & Juliet? 15. Who played Sandra Bullock’s love interest in the hit rom-com Miss Congeniality? 16. Who was Elizabeth Taylor’s first husband? 17. Which actors played the lead roles of Bella Swan and Edward Cullen in the hit movie franchise Twilight? 18. What was the name of Ross and Rachel’s daughter in the hit TV series Friends? 19. In the 2009 movie He’s Just Not That Into You, Bradley Cooper’s character was married to Jennifer Connelly – which actress’ character did he have an affair with? 20. What was Hugh Grant’s character’s job in the romantic comedy flick Love Actually? 21. In which Jane Austen novel is Mr Darcy a major character? 22. Wood is the traditional gift for which wedding anniversary milestone? 23. How many children did John F. Kennedy and

Jacqueline Bouvier have? 24. What was Princess Mary of Denmark’s maiden name? 25. Which two Beatles were credited with writing the 1962 hit Love Me Do? 26. A diamond wedding anniversary celebrates how many years of marriage? 27. Barbara Streisand and Robert Redford starred in which 1973 romance? 28. Penelope Cruz is married to which Academy Award winning actor? 29. Paul Newman was famously married to Joanne Woodward for 50 years – who was his first wife? 30. Which Aussie cricketer is married to former ironwoman Candice Falzon? 31. Which actor played Samantha’s long time love Smith Jerrod in the Sex & The City TV series and movies? 32. What were the Christian names of the parents in The Brady Bunch? 33. Clint Reno is the character played by Elvis Presley in which 1956 film? 34. Rita Wilson is the wife of which Academy Award winning actor? 35. Heathcliff and Catherine are the lead characters in which Emily Bronte love story? 36. Who starred in the 1967 movie and recorded the hit song of the same name – To Sir With Love? 37. Who is Kim Kardashian married to? 38. What are the names of Joel Madden and Nicole Richie’s two children? 39. Who is the mother of Coldplay frontman Chris Martin’s children? 40. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off star Matthew Broderick has been married to which Sex & The City actress for more than 20 years? 41. Which two tennis Grand Slam champions married on October 22, 2001? 42. Who star as TV’s The Good Wife? 43. Who wrote the novel The Notebook? 44. Who played matchmaker Emma in the 1996 adaptation of the Jane Austen classic? 45. What was the name of Leonardo DiCaprio’s character in the 1997 hit love story Titanic? 46. Edward VIII abdicated in 1936 in favour of his relationship with who? 47. Who was Madonna’s first husband? 48. Stedman Graham is the partner of which famous US talk show host? 49. Aussie model Miranda Kerr is married to which tech & social media magnate? 50. Who sang the hit What’s Love Got To Do With It?

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CRAFT PROGRAM CELEBRATES FIFTH ANNIVERSARY Hamilton’s Jack & Jude cafe will play host to a celebration of 5 years of My Crafternoons; the monthly creative workshops held around the Greater Hamilton region this Sunday, from 3pm. More than 50 of these creative get-togethers have popped-up in various venues, hosted by passionate British crafter; Stacey Barnes, providing opportunities for participants to meet new people, learn new skills, and spend a couple of fun hours creative something they’re proud of. Creativity is also proven to have many benefits for your mental health and wellbeing, including encouraging feelings of social inclusion, boosting your self-esteem and having therapeutic benefits for your mind. The 5th Birthday Party is an opportunity to look back on the fiftyplus previous workshops, join in with some fun and frivolous craft activities, enjoy delicious refreshments and look to a bright and colourful future. Stacey began running monthly craft workshops in August 2015. Being new to the Greater Hamilton area, she set about researching what groups and opportunities were available locally to learn new creative skills. Stacey saw a need for a casual, contemporary kind of craft group to exist, not only to bring the opportunity to other people, but for

her own enjoyment and to meet likeminded individuals. “If you see the need for something to exist in the world, I feel like you have an obligation to try to make it happen,” Stacey said. “There’s no point in complaining that there aren’t opportunities to do what you enjoy in your area, and not taking steps to create those opportunities. I wanted to learn new creative skills, make friends and just have some fun crafting over tea and cake, so I had to start it myself!” The first workshop taught how to create pom-pom bouquets and garlands in The Roxburgh in Hamilton, followed by painted paper collages in the original MUD Gallery space. Since then Stacey and her collaborators have run workshops making everything from kokedamas and ceramics to wall art and wool-craft. Stacey rotates the workshops around to different venues and community spaces throughout the region, with the idea that everyone can enjoy new experiences in new places, and potentially discover venues to visit again in future. “The Greater Hamilton region has an incredible creative community, with so many amazing local artists and makers,” Stacey said. “We’ve been lucky enough to have 14 locals sharing their lifestyle1.net | 32

skills so far in everything from shibori and crochet to painting and basketweaving.” Stacey and her collaborators are constantly blown away by the positive feedback received from workshop attendees, most of whom come from the Greater Hamilton region, though some travel from Mount Gambier, Horsham, Halls Gap, Warrnambool, Portland and surrounds. Stacey frequently attends other creative workshops and classes locally, in Melbourne and when travelling to keep her skill set expanding. “There’s always something new to learn, which is why we don’t often repeat the crafts covered in My Crafternoons, unless we can develop further skills or take on a new creative challenge using the same materials,” she said.

Tickets to the celebration can be booked online via the My Crafternoons website or social media pages.

My Crafternoons 5th Birthday Party • September 22 from 3pm (Jack & Jude’s Cafe, Gray St, Hamilton) Guests can join in with a number of simple simultaneous crafts including making pom-pom bouquets and garlands, crochet and piñata making, enjoy birthday cake, a chai, tea and french press coffee station, and socialise with other creative locals, previous workshop attendees and workshop hosts. There will also be displays of items created at previous crafternoons and the chance to have your say on future workshops you’d like to see occur. Spaces are $20 can be booked online via Trybooking- see mycrafternoons.com for more details.


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Left - North Gambier celebrates returning to the top of the Western Border football tree with a comprehensive win over West Gambier. Above - North’s reserves added another title to the trophy cabinet. PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER

DEMONS MAKE A CLEANSWEEP OF JUNIOR FLAGS

North Gambier 2.1 8.1 11.1 13.5 (83) West Gambier 2.2 3.4 7.5 7.7 (49) Goals- North: M. Kyrzmann, T. Gould 3; B. Stafford, M. Lewis 2; M. Chapman, M. Hensel, S. Flett. West: N. Lewis, R. Povey 2; T. McCourt, D. Robbins, L. Jones. Best - North: B. Stafford, S. Flett, T. Gould N. Brown, M. Hensel, J. Mansell. West: A. Pfitzner, R. Povey, B. Parsons, R. Fox, B. Kranz, D. Robbins. BEST ON GROUND - SCOTT FLETT (NORTH GAMBIER)

UNDER 18

South Gambier 3.1 5.2 8.2 11.3 (69) Millicent 0.5 2.7 5.9 5.11 (41) Goals - South: C. Munro 3; A. Kuhl, E. Marks 2; N. Kourmouzis, B. Keding, E. Chuck, K. Jones. Millicent: F. Grimes C. McGrath, K. Varcoe, J. Hateley, F. Bradley. Best - South: C. Munro, K. Bowd, A. Harkness, H. Winterfield, K. Jones, E. Marks. Millicent: S. Dickenson, Z. McGuinness, Z. Bradley, K. Varcoe, T. Ferguso, F. Grimes. BEST ON GROUND - KALEB BOWD (SOUTH GAMBIER)

UNDER 16

South Gambier 1.4 4.8 6.8 8.11 (59) North Gambier 1.2 1.4 2.6 3.7 (25) Goals - South: O. Adams, T. Rayner, O. Thomson, J. McGregor, L. Winterfield, R. Kuhl, J. Walker, H. Langlands. North: W. Thompson, H. Gould, E. Fisher. Best - South: O. Thomson, J. McGregor, J. Domaschenz, M. Lockwood. O. Adams, A. Hobson. North: E. Firth, W. Thompson. E. Norman, J. Turner, J. O’Connor, S. McRae. BEST ON GROUND - OLI THOMSON (SOUTH GAMBIER)

UNDER 14

South Gambier 1.2 2.5 3.5 4.7 (31) North Gambier 0.0 0.0 0.2 0.2 (2) Goals - South: L. Thiele 2; J. Younger, W. Vaughan. Best - South: L. Thiele, A. Circelli, Z. Hopgood, M. Whitehed, J. Kuhl, J. Sims. North: R. McLaughlin, M. Baron, D. Arthurson, K. Allen, Z. Nulty, K. Weber. BEST ON GROUND - LOCHIE THIELE (SOUTH GAMBIER) North Gambier’s score was wiped in the first half due to 19 players on the ground

While the Tigers picked up both senior flags on offer, it was South Gambier taking home the junior silverware, claiming the Under 17; 16 & 14 2019 premierships. Above (left) - South Gambier’s Under 18 team celebrates its 2019 flag. Above (right) South Gambier’s Under 16 team dominated the 2019 grand final to secure the flag. Left - South Gambier White, one of two Demons teams in the 2019 Under 14 competition, won the 2019 grand final. PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER

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INDOOR BOWLS RESULTS KIMBERLY-CLARK AUSTRALIA PENNANTS PRELIMINARY FINALS Kilsby Shield Wandilo Water Rats d Glenburnie Forfeit Malseed Shield Mt Gambier Bowls Club 51 d Glencoe 48 Howell & Davis Shield Moorak Blue 61 d Moorak Red 47

GRAND FINALS

To be played at the Mount Gambier Bowls Club. Kilsby Shield - Post-Tel v Wandilo Water Rats Howell & Davis Shield - Blue Lake Bowlers Blue v Moorak Blue To be played at the Commercial Club Malseed Shield - RSL & District v Mt Gambier Bowls Club


LOCAL SPORT

WB NETBALL PRELIMINARY FINAL A GRADE Millicent 58 (D. Verbena, H. Dunn) d East Gambier 50 (T. Gray, T. McCallum) BEST ON COURT – DEMI VERBENA (MILLICENT)

A RESERVE Millicent 66 (J. Grosser, T. Sanderson) d Casterton Sandford 50 (N. Rhook, T. Cleary) BEST ON COURT – JO GROSSER (MILLICENT)

B GRADE

Casterton Sandford 58 (J. Murphy, J. McKay) d West Gambier 34 (B. Allen, S. Povey) BEST ON COURT – JAN MURPHY (CASTERTON SANDFORD)

C GRADE East Gambier 22 (K. Amy, D. Waters) d North Gambier 20 (S. McInerney, R. Dellow) BEST ON COURT – KEELIE AMY (EAST GAMBIER)

17 & UNDER Millicent 50 (P. Nitschke, M. Haggett) d West Gambier 31 (N. Facey, J. Freeman) BEST ON COURT – PAIGE NITSCHKE (MILLICENT)

15 & UNDER A Left (from top) - A Grade premiers - Millicent; A Grade best on court Demi Verbena with life member & patron Di Facey; A Reserve premiers - Millicent; A Reserve best on court Jo Grosser with Bendigo Bank representative Emma Horrigan & B Grade premiers - Casterton Sandford. Above (centre row from top) - B Grade best on court Jan Murphy with life member Judy Summers; C Grade premiers - East Gambier; C Grade best on court Keelie Amy with life member Helen Nielsen; 17 & Under premiers - Millicent; 17 & Under best on court Paige Nitschke with life member Lisa Duldig. Above (right from top) - 15 & Under A premiers - Millicent; 15 & Under best on court Lucy Denton with life member Hayley Dunn; 15 & Under B premiers - Millicent; 15 & Under B best on court Alannah Clayton with life member Trictia Cleary; 13 & Under A premiers - Millicent. Above (far right from top) - 13 & Under A best on court Abby Denton with life member Donna Denton; 13 & Under B premiers - North Gambier and 13 & Under B best on corut Luca Roulstone with life member Melissa Ryan.

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Millicent 51 (L. Denton, P. Lucas) d South Gambier 41 (T. Bryant, A. Duncan) BEST ON COURT – LUCY DENTON (MILLICENT)

15 & UNDER B

Millicent 47 (R. Kenny, S. Gibson) d South Gambier 43 (C. Dunn, A. Cooper) (in overtime) BEST ON COURT – ALANNAH CLAYTON (SOUTH GAMBIER)

13 & UNDER A Millicent 40 (A. Denton, Eadie Easterby) d North Gambier 34 (C. Nulty, T. Human) BEST ON COURT – ABBY DENTON (MILLICENT)

13 & UNDER B North Gambier 23 (K. Anderson, L. Roulstone) d West Gambier 21 (L. Simpson, T. Lindner) BEST ON COURT – LUCA ROULSTONE (NORTH GAMBIER)


LOCAL SPORT HOCKEY SILVERWARE DECIDED The Lower South East Hockey Association season has wrapped up with an outstanding round of Grand Finals at Blue Lake Sports Park. Spread across Friday night and all day Saturday, it was a 24 hour celebration of the outstanding quality of hockey played in the South East. Tigers and West got proceedings off with a bang under the Friday night lights with a double overtime, golden goal penalty shootout in Under 15 Girls. Both teams would have been very worthy winners and 1 golden goal miss is not enough to separate a champion from second place but it was West who was able to hold the cup aloft. The Under 15 Boys followed up with a clash that was low in tension with one team producing some of the best hockey seen in any grade all year. Under 15 Boys has been a close competition all year with Tigers and Strikers rising to the top to take their place in the grand finals over the last few weeks. Strikers were not to be denied though and they dominated the match with exhilarating hockey. The lopsided score left the crowd somewhat shell shocked. Tigers and Strikers returned to the field for the last Friday night game in Divison 3 Women. It looked like Tigers were going to taste success after taking a 1-0 lead into the last quarter but Strikers found their rhythm in the final quarter to score two quick goals to win this second premiership of the weekend. It was an early start on Saturday morning for the under 12 teams with Strikers and Redbacks facing off in Under 12 Girls while it was Strikers and Tigers again in Under 12 Boys. The closeness of these competitions was highlighted by both games finishing 0-0 after two periods of golden goal extra time. With premierships at that point being decided by ladder at the end of the regular season it was Strikers declared premiers in Under 12 Girls while Tigers took home the trophy in Under 12 Boys. Saturdays senior matches started with Division 3 Men and once again it was Strikers and Tigers providing the entertainment. Tigers finished the season on top of the ladder but Strikers have put together a very strong team that has gotten better as the season has gone on. Strikers recorded a convincing victory. It was a similar situation in Division 2 Women. Naracoorte has come on very strong in the second half of the year. Grand Finals at this stage had not gone Tigers way so they were desperate to get back on the winners list but it was Naracoorte that was a little more polished in the end in recording a

2-0 victory. Cavaliers made their only Grand Final appearance of the weekend in Division 2 Men against Tigers. Despite league Best and Fairest Ben McCourt out with injury Tigers still fielded a very high quality side and were too strong for Cavaliers in the end. The Division 1 Grand Finals lived up to expectations in providing the closest and arguably best matches for the weekend. Redbacks and West have played a topsy turvy season with Redbacks holding all the momentum early in the season before West came back to dominated midseason with Redbacks then asserting themselves again by winning the first qualifying final. On Saturday Redbacks started well before West came back in the second quarter to secure the first goal and lead of the game. Redbacks dominated the third quarter around the field but couldn’t break down the West defence with West goalkeeper Maddi Clark making several saves to keep West’s lead intact. The final quarter was tense and even with neither team able to impact the scoreboard leaving West to hold the cup aloft. Tigers and West capped of an outstanding weekend with an outstanding match in Division 1 Men. West had the first lead of the day but Tigers bouced back with two of their own and held that lead until late in the final quarter when West scored off a penalty stroke to force the game into extra time. After two periods of extra time the score was still locked at 2-2 which saw the final game of the year go to a penalty shootout. The match was always going to be too close to call and so it was until Tigers managed to grab the last trophy on offer with a strong performance when it mattered most. Strikers will be looking for extra space in their trophy cabinet in 2020 with 4 Grand Finals going their way. Tigers too had a good weekend taking home three cups. West will be happy with two premierships while Naracoorte are the lone team to take a cup out of the city of Mount Gambier. In 2020 it will be those teams that are hunted as others look to replicate their

glory. Results U15 Girls West def Tigers Player of the Match: Eleanor Doyle – West U15 Boys Strikers def Tigers Player of the Match: Liam Delaney – Strikers U12 Girls Strikers drew with Redbacks Strikers declared Premier based on higher ladder position. Player of the Match: Brooklyn Hill – Strikers U12 Boys Tigers drew with Strikers Tigers declared Premier based on higher ladder position. Player of the Match: Pattrick Robinson – Tigers Division 3 Women Strikers def Tigers Player of the Match: Alison Shephard – Strikers Division 3 Men Strikers def Tigers Player of the Match: Blake McKee – Tigers Division 2 Women Naracoorte def Tigers Player of the Match – Gayle Ellis – Naracoorte Division 2 Men Tigers def Cavaliers Player of the Match – Craig Nisbet – Tigers Division 1 Women West def Redbacks Player of the Match – Sarah Mutch – West Division 1 Men Tigers def West Player of the Match – Aaron Mengler – Tigers Above (from left) - Division 1 Women premiers West and Division One Men premiers - Tigers

MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL

KNT NETBALL GRAND FINAL A GRADE Lucindale 41 d Keith 22 - Best on court - Holly Hannaford (Lucindale) Sponsored by Zobels Above - Lucindale A Grade premiership team

A RESERVE Keith 41 d Penola 38 - Best on court - Alexa Schreiber (Keith) Sponsored by Zobels

B GRADE

Penola 44 d Keith 39 - Best on court - Karmel Finch (Penola) Sponsored by Zobels

C GRADE Naracoorte 51 d Keith 35 - Best on court - Tilly McRae (Naracoorte) Sponsored by Zobels

17 & UNDER Naracoorte 53 d Padthaway 34 - Best on court - Sophie Gibbs (Naracoorte) Sponsored by Reynolds Seeds

16 & UNDER Bordertown 44 d Naracoorte 39 - Best on court - Jade Schneider (Bordertown) Sponsored by Munro & Mahney

15 & UNDER

Keith 50 d Kingston 32 - Best on court - Macy Llewellyn (Keith) Sponsored by Munro & Mahney

13 & UNDER A Border Districts 32 d Keith 31 - Best on court - Amelia Mahney (Border Districts) Sponsored by Munro and Mahney

KNT FOOTBALL GRAND FINAL A GRADE

Mundulla 1.1 6.3 9.5 13.5 (83) Lucindale 4.0 6.0 8.1 8.3 (51) Goals - Mundulla: J. Hinge, N. Mosey 3; J. Dolling, J. McGrice 2; L. Wiese, B. Packer, D. Mosey. Lucindale: R. Milne, S. Spriggs 2; R. McInerney, H. Tregoweth, N. Cane, T. Logan. Best - Mundulla: N. Mosey, N. Gregurke, T. Gaden, J. McGrice, L. Duell, J. Hinge. Lucindale: R. Milne, R. McInerney, A. Laurencic, S. Spriggs, J. Watson, T. Menz.

B GRADE

Penola 3.0 11.1 14.3 21.6 (132) Border Districts 3.9 5.10 10.11 12.12 (84) Goals- Penola: J. Copping 8; A. McIntyre 7; T. Clayfield 2; S. Zadow, T. Gibbs, G. Merrett, L. March. Border Districts: J. Zeuner 3; K. Thompson, B. Adams, S. Linggood 2; O. Gabbe, T. Rogers, L. Nicholas. Best - Penola: S. Gartner, J. Copping, L. Merrett, C. Devereux, W. Clayfield, J. Mansell. Border Districts: B. Adams, A. Pitt, T. Rogers, L. Nicholas, O. Gabbe, K. Thompson.

PRELIMINARY FINAL A GRADE Glencoe 54 (A. Edwards, D. Jaeschke) d Port MacDonnell 44 (M. Hein, T. Merrett)

A RESERVE Port MacDonnell 53 (K. Carrison, M. Millard) d Robe 40 (I. Sneath, R. Nettle)

B GRADE

Kalangadoo 48 (E. Mules, L. Mules) d Tantanoola 31 (B. Aberle, D. Rutkowski)

SENIOR COLTS

B RESERVE

Kybybolite 3.4 5.6 6.7 11.10 (76) Penola 0.0 1.1 1.3 1.4 (10) Goals - Kybybolite: T. Curnow 3; N. Baker, E. Owen, L. Svhultz 2; O. Clark, L. Burtt. Penola: B. Summerhayes. Best - Kybybolite:D. Ewer, L. Schultz, O. Clark, E. Owen, B. Watson, T. Curnow. Penola: J. Kain, D. Porter, K. Messenger, J. Robbie, C. Lythgo, Z. Currie.

Glencoe 60 (S. Brierly, N. Orr) d Tantanoola 50 (H. Radley, M. Hann)

17 & UNDER

Robe 45 (H. Carter, T. Nicolle) d Glencoe 43 (K. Jones, E. Thompson)

15 & UNDER

Hatherleigh 61 (L. Haines, I. Howell) d Port MacDonnell 29 (M. Millard, S. Lomas)

13 & UNDER

JUNIOR COLTS

Mt Burr 42 (A. Falting, J. Bowering) d Port MacDonnell 21 (G. Jacob, B. McPherson)

Kybybolite 1.0 5.1 5.2 6.7 (43) Naracoorte 1.2 1.2 2.6 2.7 (19) Goals - Kybybolite: M. Garwood 3; S. Malone, C. Brodie, C. Hillier. Naracoorte: M. Maney, S. Pridham. Best - Kybybolite: J. Shepherd, G. Malone, W. Freckleton, C. Brodie, B. Ludwig. Naracoorte: T. Anderson, N. Wellington, S. Pridham, M. Maney, G. Pretlove, B. Stewart.

Right (from left) - Chelsea Tremelling looks to deny Glencoe’s Ashlea Edwards possession and star Port MaDonnell goal shooter Toni Gilmore in action. PHOTOS COURTESY OF KAREN CAWTHORNE

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SPORT WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL & NETBALL AWARDS

Newly inducted life member Hayley Dunn (Millicent)

Back to back A Grade best & fairest Tenille Gray (East Gambier), who also took home the Under 21 Award for the second successive season.

A Grade runner up Emily Hinter (West Gambier), who also took home the Most Consistent Award, polling in 13 of 16 possible games.

B Grade best & fairest Jan Murphy (Vasterton Sandford) with runner up Lorree Lane (Casterton Sandford)

C Grade best & fairest Charlene Riley (South Gambier) with joint runners up Kellie Amy (East Gambier) & Nicola Smith (East Gambier)

17 & Under best & fairest Tyne Bosko (East Gambier) with runner up Paige Nitschke (Millicent)

15 & Under A best & fairest Lucy Denton (Millicent) with runner up Amryn Bosko (East Gambier)

13 & Under B best & fairest Luca Roulstone (North Gambier) with runner up Lucy Simpson (West Gambier)

Champion Netball Club - Millicent Accepted by vice president Justine Brown

A Reserve award best & fairest Ailie Flett (North Gambier) and runner up Brandi Bouchier (South Gambier)

2019 Team of the Year - (back row from left) - Hayley Dunn, Maddie Whaites, Donna Denton, Amy Cram & Demi Verbena and (front row from left) - Mel Renko, Tenille Gray, Tarsh McCallum, Madalene Cleary & Emily Hunter. Absent: Lisa Duldig.

15 & Under B best & fairest Rylee Kenny (Millicent) with runner up Lara Munro (South Gambier)

Most Improved Club - West Gambier Accepted by president Tracey Cowie

13 & Under A best & fairest Cara Nulty (North Gambier) with runner up Ava Collins (North Gambier)

Champion Club - Di & Norm Facey Award North Gambier - Accepted by presidents Sharon Day & Jamie Walters


SPORT WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL & NETBALL AWARDS

2019 Brian Hennessy Medallist Michael Telford (North Gambier) with Brian’s daughter Christine.

A Grade joint runners up - Thomas Sullivan (Casterton Sandford) & Will McDonald (Casterton Sandford)

Under 16 best & fairest - Ba Nay Say (West Gambier)

Best Under 21 Player - Tomas Zeitz (West Gambier)

Reserves best & fairest Brodie Parsons (West Gambier) & runner up Jeremy Hales (Millicent)

Under 16 joint runner up - Jake Walker (South Gambier). Absent - Will Thompson (North Gambier).

MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL PRELIMINARY FINALS A GRADE

Kalangadoo 3.4 7.8 12.12 17.16 (119) Hatherleigh 4.1 6.5 7.5 9.7 (61) Goals - Kalangadoo: B. Gregory 5; B. Mules 3; B. Galpin, B. Lindner 2; N. Reeves, T. Jones, A. Stone, T. McManus, J. Casey. Hatherleigh: B. Wight, J. Wight, J. Skeer 2; M. Telfer, M. Faulkner, J. Batmean. Best - Kalangadoo: B. Lindner, M. Lowe, B. Auld, B. Gregory, T. McManus, J. Casey. Hatherleigh: J. Faulkner, J. Bateman, M. Pulmer, M. Faulkner

B GRADE

Hatherleigh 1.3 3.7 6.10 10.12 (72) Kalangadoo 4.3 4.5 7.7 7.8 (50) Goals- Hatherleigh: J. Jones, T. Merrett 3; T. Bell, B. Dening 2. Kalangadoo: A. Auld 2; L. McIntyre, C. Jorgenson, D. Gull, A. Reynolds, M. Varcoe. Best - Hatherleigh: T. Bell, J. McDonald, J. Gilbertson, J. Rayson, H. Biddle, S. Raddon. Kalangadoo: M. Gribben, T. Brennan, D. Gull, A. Reynolds, B. Wagstaffe. Right - Kalangadoo ended minor premier Hatherleigh’s season with a stunning preliminary final performance. PHOTOS COURTESY OF KAREN CAWTHORNE

SENIOR COLTS

Newly inducted life member Brent Howard (South Gambier) with league president Stephen Lock

Under 18 best & fairest Frazer Bradley (Millicent) & runner up Adam McKinnon (Casterton Sandford)

Under 14 best & fairest Kaidyn Weber (North Gambier) & runner up Lochie Thiele (South Gambier)

WATCH OUT NFL wide receivers seem to always be in the news for the wrong reasons. The latest saga involves Odell Beckham Jnr who is resisting a ruling from the NFL that he cannot wear a watch during games. The object in question is a Richard Mille watch (retails around $190,000) that the star wide receiver has been wearing. The NFL believes the accessory violated a league rule that prohibits wearing hard objects, which could cause injury. Given every stadium has a jumbo screen I’m sure he doesn’t need it to tell the time! And given how much money he is paid surely he doesn’t need the extra endorsement money.

STATUE SAGA A 3.3m bronze statue of 22 year old AFLW player Tayla Harris’s famous airborne kick which was recently unveiled at Federation Square has sparked plenty of controversy. A photograph of the kick became a viral sensation earlier this year after sparking a spirited defence of women in sport when Harris was targeted by online trolls posting offensive comments. The consensus seems to be that the likes of Cathy Freeman, Lauren Jackson, Ellyse Perry, Sally Pearson, Karrie Webb and Michelle Timms are all much more worthy female athletes that should have a statue dedicated to them

Robe 2.1 6.4 7.9 12.9 (81) Hatherleigh 3.2 6.2 9.3 9.7 (61) Goals - Robe: H. McInnes 4; J. Dutton 3; B. Nicolle 2; J. Bryant, R. Legoe, G. Dutton. Hatherleigh: H. Jones 3; L. Brown, M. Telfer 2; C. Atkinson, J. Thomas. Best - Robe: H. Bigmore, H. McInnes, J. Laurie, P. Matthews, J. Dutton, G. Dutton. Hatherleigh: R. Lindner, H. Jones, W. Chay, L. Brown, S. Gray, C. Atkinson.

JUNIOR COLTS

Tantanoola 5.4 6.4 8.4 11.4 (70) Hatherleigh 1.0 1.3 2.5 5.6 (36) Goals - Tantanoola: C. Kelly 3; E. Cushion, B. Hateley, A. Clarke 2; A. Lindner, R. Simmons. Hatherleigh: J. Faulkner 3; O. Fitzgerald, T. Atkinson. Best - Tantanoola: B. Sandow, C. Kelly, A. Clarke, A. Lindner, S. Simmons. Hatherleigh: E. Leopold, J. Faulkner, K. Thomas, C. Taylor, T. Atkinson.

BRAVE BOOMERS Congratulations to the Australian Boomers basketball team who, at the time of writing, had won their way to their first ever World Cup basketball semi-final….. coincidently on the same night that the USA lost their first game in a major tournament for 13 years.


FINALS FEVER AT BARRY MANEY FORD